Wow! The difference our community has made is incredible! We are happy to inform you of our newest relief resources, available to all those who need.
We’re offering free storage in a professional facility in Denver and free pickup for the entire community! Trucks will be making rounds locally Monday September 23 from 10 AM-1 PM, please email us or call 917 325 0432 to schedule a pickup for you or a friend. The trucks will also be going out on Tuesday and Wednesday, please email for pickup schedule.
On Monday and Tuesday, a large Sukkah Mobile will be making it way around town, spreading holiday joy! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 347 319 0149 to book a free mobile Sukkah party, for your group.
Women’s Sukkot Party
Monday night at Chabad 4900 Sioux Drive at 6 pm, bring your musical instrument if you play. There will be a Kumzitz in the Sukkah. Thanks Lynn for your sponsorship and Sandra for your help. Rsvp: email@example.com
Additional resources are still available, including warm meals, Relief Equipment and more.
May you be flooded with blessings! Below is some advice from Achiezer (a Jewish organization that dealt with Hurricane Sandy).
Try to make sure that you reach out to anyone that has not yet drained the water and dried out their basements, that this is one of the single most important things that they can do.
Just to reiterate again, all sheetrock and insulation that came into contact with water should be removed immediately.
Wet carpet and soaked items need to be dried or moved somewhere where they can dry off, or the mold will run rampant.
Advise all homeowners to take extensive photographs of their damage including water levels and damaged content, EVEN if they don’t have flood insurance. We still don’t know to what extent FEMA will step in, and they might want proof. If you throw these things out, take pictures beforehand.
With regards to restoration company’s and “contractors” be careful. Don’t just sign contracts that sound “good”.
Rabbi Pesach & Chany Scheiner & Flood Relief Coordinaters, Mendy Scheiner, Shaya Perl, Yisroel